Why I Won't Vax
So what's in vaccines?
Here I will look at some of the ingredients of vaccines. What their purpose is. Most importantly what potential adverse effects they might have on our health.
Also, please watch the video below to get an inside look at how Maurice Hilleman, who is described as "one of the greatest microbiologists/ vaccinologists of all time", views the vaccine industry he helped create over six decades.
"I think vaccines have to be considered the bargain-basement technology for the 20th century"
What are the different types of ingredients in vaccines and what is their purpose?
Adjuvants are ingredients put in vaccines in order to create an immune response in the body.
Aborted Fetal Tissue Cells
The use of aborted fetal tissue cells in the manufacture and production of vaccines is not uncommon. Vaccines currently in use that were developed using fetal cells include Hepatitis A, Rubella, Varicella, Zoster, Adenovirus and Rabies.
The use of fetal tissue in the production of vaccines comes with an obvious religious issue for some but even for those who are not religious there are serious moral issues as well. Babies used are all 3 months or older gestation.
In an interview published on LifeSite News for the podcast, The John-Henry Westen Show, Pamela Acker who is an author and biologist states that “They will actually deliver these babies via cesarean section. The babies are still alive when the researchers start extracting the tissue; to the point where their heart is still beating, and they’re generally not given any anesthetic, because that would disrupt the cells that the researchers are trying to extract. So, they’re removing this tissue, all the while the baby is alive and in extreme amounts of pain. So, this makes it even more sadistic.”
You'll often hear that the fetal cells used in vaccines come from two aborted babies from the 1960s, MRC-5 and WI-38. It is said or is made to sound as if these are the only two babies that were used or are used in the productions of vaccines. However, this is untrue. There are several other cell lines that have been made as backups or for research purposes.
WI-38: Developed from the lung tissue of an aborted baby in 1962. The WI stands for Winstar Institute where the cell line was created, and 38 is because it was developed from the 38th fetus they used.
MRC-5: Developed in 1965 from lung tissue of an aborted fetus
HEK-293: From a baby aborted in 1973. HEK stands for Human Embryonic Kidney which means the cells came from the babies kidneys. This cell line was produced from the 293rd experiment done by Frank Graham.
PER.C6: Produced from human embryonic retinal cells from an 18 week fetus aborted in 1985
Walvax-2: There were 9 aborted fetuses used to find the one with the best cell line to make vaccines from. The cells came from a 3 month female who was delivered in China using the "waterbag method" used to deliver the fetus intact.
MRC-9: From the lungs of a female aborted in 1974 developed for research and as a back-up for vaccines.
IMR-90: From the lungs of a female aborted in 1975 for research and related activities
In this clip from The Highwire you can hear Stanley Plotkin, The Godfather of Vaccines, discuss the use of aborted fetuses during a deposition by lawyer Aaron Siri.